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Kesari Wada is located in Pune. Tell tale signs of modern
civilization stare one in the face. Cement dampers stand outside
the courtyard where once Sayajirao Gaikwad, the prince of
Baroda state used to live.
The Wada built by the Gaikwads
is being pulled down to make way for a modern structure. This
was the Wada where nightlong discussions were held on how
to overthrow colonial rule. Bal Gangadhar Tilak bought the
Wada from Sayajirao Gaikwad in 1905. Tilak brought out his
two newspapers, the Kesari, in Marathi and Maratha in English
The Wada continues to house the offices of Kesari,
and mementos of Tilak, including his writing desk original
letters and documents, and the first India national flag unfurled
by Madame Cama. A statue of Tilak indicates the building in
which he resided.
The Wada is visited by a large number of
people during the Ganapati festival, the public celebrations
of which we started by Tilak in the courtyard of this Wada
over a century ago.
Marching Destination: By Road: Kesari Wada is in Pune City. By Rail : Pune is nearest Railway Station. By Air : Pune is nearest airport (20 km away)